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Katie Chicklinski-Cahill
Position: Staff reporter

Durango Women’s Choir to take the stage with Santa Fe singers

Members of the Durango Women’s Choir and Durango Choral Society have a busy week ahead of them. On Sunday, the 17-member Women’s Choir will team up with the 17-member Santa Fe Wom...

Singer-songwriter dies in head-on crash north of Durango

Greg Ryder was a frequent performer at Diamond Belle Saloon

Durango Voice to crown a winner this weekend

Ten singers will take the stage Saturday night for the Durango Voice finals. They have spent the past month in vocal training with judges/coaches Linda Mack Berven, Andreas Tischhauser, Drea...

Compañeros: Four Corners Immigrant Resource Center looks to grow

New executive director working on updating organization’s website

‘Pump and Dump Show’ wants to make moms laugh

Moms, comedians Tracey Tee and Shayna Ferm know you’re overworked, overtired and seriously need a break. They also know that some of you haven’t been out of the house without the kiddos in a...

Fort Lewis College women frustrated at Chadron State

Late chances don’t fall for FLC

Durango arts community says goodbye to one of its own

Dennis Johnson leaves behind lasting artistic legacy

New book takes a look at UFO activity in Colorado

New book takes a look at UFO activity in Colorado

Teen country singer returns to hero’s welcome

Chevel Shepherd of Farmington wins ‘Voice’ competition

Stillwater Music students to show off skills at ‘Winter Wonder Bands’ gala

Stillwater Music hosts its annual ‘Winter Wonder Bands’ gala

Michael Martin Murphey keeping history alive

Iconic country musician brings ‘Cowboy Christmas’ to Southwest

FLC Village Aid Project helps developing countries

KeNeda Randall found healing from post-traumatic stress disorder through traveling to Myanmar with Fort Lewis College’s Village Aid Project and seeing a developing country through her ow...